Fifa, however, blocked Kagere Sub

 

 

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 ON THE STREET Simba fans still can't believe how Kaizer Chiefs came out on top of Mkapa in a 3-0 defeat for how their army played a lot of ball blaming the absence of their striker, Meddie Kagere but the striker would not have come down if MO Dewji had not come in.

However, Simba fans see their striker, Chris Mugalu, deserving of signing Kagere just before believing their top scorer last season if he came in he would not have lost a chance like Mugalu.

The Lions have elaborated on the explanation, saying that even if Kagere did not enter or Mugalu, it would not be possible since the new FIFA rules regarding Corona's subdivisions prevented the change.

Simba's manager, Patrick Rweyemamu, explained to Mwanaspoti that changes in Kagere's transfer were hampered by changes in FIFA's rules by the IFAB board and that Mugalu would remain on the field.

The International Football Association (IFAB) and FIFA's changes to the 3rd rules of the game changed the chances of a change of players to five from the previous three rules that came into effect in June last year.

The rule stipulates that the change of five players will take place at three different levels within a single game. Rweyemamu clarified in the application of the law that Simba used the first kick by removing midfielder Mzamiru Yassin in the 24th minute and was replaced by winger Bernard Morrison.

 

 "The coaches made the change wanting to speed up the process of creating more scoring chances and we did not need to add more protection that became the first batch," said Rweyemamu.

The manager explained that the problem came in the use of second and third punches and the incident of a fatal injury to their two players midfielder Thadeo Lwanga and defender Joash Onyango was the problem.

He said after the players were injured in the 34th minute the doctors saw that Lwanga would not be able to continue and had to be released immediately and their bench made the change and Erasto Nyoni replaced him.

"The doctors thought Onyango could continue so we did not want to release him instead he was treated for a short time out. After a while we were told even he would not be able to continue and they advised him to be released, now that is where everything went wrong and as you all saw we regretted not only losing Onyango but we were hurt by misusing this new principle of change.

"We had to remove Onyango and replace him with Kennedy (Juma) now for the code change calculations. The first batch of player changes was used for Morrison, the second batch was for Nyoni and the third for Kennedy.

"If you look at it, the rules did not allow coaches to enter Kagere again or remove Mugalu and then all the calculations were ruined but the biggest was when they were injured by Onyango and Lwanga destroying everything," he added.

Many fans have been blaming Coach Didier Gomes for not including Kagere as he was asked to replace Mugalu who appeared to be missing out on a number of scoring opportunities that the Lions believed would lead them to miss the mark.

 

 

 meddie pic

 

 ON THE STREET Simba fans still can't believe how Kaizer Chiefs came out on top of Mkapa in a 3-0 defeat for how their army played a lot of ball blaming the absence of their striker, Meddie Kagere but the striker would not have come down if MO Dewji had not come in.

However, Simba fans see their striker, Chris Mugalu, deserving of signing Kagere just before believing their top scorer last season if he came in he would not have lost a chance like Mugalu.

The Lions have elaborated on the explanation, saying that even if Kagere did not enter or Mugalu, it would not be possible since the new FIFA rules regarding Corona's subdivisions prevented the change.

Simba's manager, Patrick Rweyemamu, explained to Mwanaspoti that changes in Kagere's transfer were hampered by changes in FIFA's rules by the IFAB board and that Mugalu would remain on the field.

The International Football Association (IFAB) and FIFA's changes to the 3rd rules of the game changed the chances of a change of players to five from the previous three rules that came into effect in June last year.

The rule stipulates that the change of five players will take place at three different levels within a single game. Rweyemamu clarified in the application of the law that Simba used the first kick by removing midfielder Mzamiru Yassin in the 24th minute and was replaced by winger Bernard Morrison.

 

 "The coaches made the change wanting to speed up the process of creating more scoring chances and we did not need to add more protection that became the first batch," said Rweyemamu.

The manager explained that the problem came in the use of second and third punches and the incident of a fatal injury to their two players midfielder Thadeo Lwanga and defender Joash Onyango was the problem.

He said after the players were injured in the 34th minute the doctors saw that Lwanga would not be able to continue and had to be released immediately and their bench made the change and Erasto Nyoni replaced him.

"The doctors thought Onyango could continue so we did not want to release him instead he was treated for a short time out. After a while we were told even he would not be able to continue and they advised him to be released, now that is where everything went wrong and as you all saw we regretted not only losing Onyango but we were hurt by misusing this new principle of change.

"We had to remove Onyango and replace him with Kennedy (Juma) now for the code change calculations. The first batch of player changes was used for Morrison, the second batch was for Nyoni and the third for Kennedy.

"If you look at it, the rules did not allow coaches to enter Kagere again or remove Mugalu and then all the calculations were ruined but the biggest was when they were injured by Onyango and Lwanga destroying everything," he added.

Many fans have been blaming Coach Didier Gomes for not including Kagere as he was asked to replace Mugalu who appeared to be missing out on a number of scoring opportunities that the Lions believed would lead them to miss the mark.

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